rain droplets and a brick

We have been experiencing rain today due to an upcoming storm. As soon as it stopped, i took the chance of taking photos of rain droplets and here they are.

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This kind of weather makes me crave for comfort food. And speaking of comfort food, this reminds me of one of my all-time favorites… the onion brick. Yes, a very thick brick of onion rings.

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This brick consists of layers upon LAYERS of mildly spicy, lightly battered onion rings deep fried to a crisp paired with bbq sauce and remoulade. So yummy! Oh how i wish i could copy the restaurant’s recipe and cook this at home.

And here’s sleepy Tiger enjoying the warmth of my laptop. This kind of weather makes me sleepy too.

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Feeling relaxed on a cool rainy day.

of raindrops and curves

Summer is over.. or is it? Today’s temperature reached 32 degrees and it was too hot. It is supposed to be rainy season but rain only visits about once a week and that is very strange. Anyway, i snapped some photos of yellowbells in the garden after a heavy downpour last week. It was really a relief and i literally welcomed it with open arms.

I love taking photos of raindrops on flowers and leaves. They are like heaven-sent crystal gems that shine and sparkle as touched by the little ray of sunshine. I’m sure the flowers must have been so thankful as it quenches all its nooks and CURVES.

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And speaking of CURVES… show them your curves my babies…

Here’s Ashton showing you his curves… his big belly curves 🙂

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Here’s Kuting donning the same pose and showing you his curves (oops! not his machoness haha because he’s already neutered)

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Their goofiness and playfulness always make me smile.

Wishing everyone a happy Wednesday 🙂

weekly photo challenge: in the background

It has been raining almost everyday and it’s a welcome respite from the summer heat. I love the crystal clear raindrops that form on leaves and flowers and i’m sure they are more thankful and happy for the arrival of rain.

While walking around my garden, i noticed this rain-drenched spiderweb on my passion flower plant. The raindrops are like nature’s cooling beads and i love how they sparkle as touched by the sun’s rays.

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